AED Training at Titania | Titania

On 23rd February 2016 Titania’s offices will be hosting a free event on life-saving skills with CPR and defibrillator training.

A special guest and a close friend of the business, US Police Officer Bryan Platz, will be flying over for the event to train and raise awareness on first response skills. A 9 year veteran of the United States Air Force and a 15 year Police Officer in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, Bryan has launched a grassroots campaign to train bystanders to save lives.

His efforts were driven following an episode where a man suffered a cardiac arrest in a retail store and no one was able to help.

In the UK there are 60 000 cardiac arrests every year. US registers about 326 000, where 9 in 10 victims die. “When bystanders intervene with CPR and automated external defibrillators (AEDs) 4 out of 10 victims survive”, states the Sudden Cardiac Arrest foundation.

Officer Platz has trained thousands of people in the Coon Rapids community. Now with the help of Titania he is bringing his training across the Atlantic to Worcestershire.

You can learn how to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest and possibly save a life, if you join us at Titania’s offices at Security House, Barbourne Road, Worcester, WR1 1RS on Tuesday 23rd of February 2016. Sessions will be organised as follows: 10am – 12pm; 2pm – 4pm; or 6pm – 8pm. To secure your free space to this life saving event, RSVP to